I found your DYLD_INSERT_LIBRARIES method for installing Adobe apps when booting from case-sensitive volumes and installing the Adobe apps on a case-insensitive volume, and am tying to get it working but having problems. The problem is in installing Acrobat X Pro (and a couple of others, ie Muse and Touch Plug-Ins) - it uses a different way of installing than most of the other Adobe apps - instead of the "Install.app" it uses a program called "Setup.app" and if I change the Makefile to invoke Setup.app instead of Install.app I get an error 16 that says "Failed to load deployment file" - seems like there is not enough information given to the Setup.app program.
This is part of trying to get the new CS6 version of the apps installed trying to use the Adobe Application Manager way of licensing via the Creative Cloud subscription service if that makes any difference. CS6 versions of Photoshop and Illustrator seem to have installed OK using this method.
I've noticed when running the other Adobe apps that did install fine using your method that the real work is done via an Adobe tool called Setup.app - here is the command I see running during the install process (note that the super long hex numbers change for each and every product that is installed):
/Volumes/Speed/Applications/Utilities/Adobe Application Manager/DECore/Setup.app/Contents/MacOS/Setup --deploymentFile=/tmp/7D947C9B-5190-4C59-84EE-2B7D32E9ABEF/ADF73A0F-8B95-4ACD-B681-6AA129EFDABA --selfDelete=false --skipSync=1 --userASUPath="" --DEVersion=6.0
Note that this "Setup.app" is not the same Setup.app that is on the install volume, but is a utility in the AAM tree - so it would appear that the Setup.app in the install volume isn't receiving enough information during the invocation from your makefile script.
Any ideas on how to get Acrobat installed using your DYLD_INSERT_LIBRARIES method? Or better yet any idea how to use your DYLD_INSERT_LIBRARIES with AAM?
Let me know if you would like any more information.
I got Illustrator and Photoshop CS6 installed using CreativeCloud licensing and am so happy and want to say thanks so much for this great work!!!! Can't use AAM (Adobe Application Manager) to download as it immediately tries to install, so have to download a Trial disk image and use your DYLD_INSERT_LIBRARIES method and after it gets installed the AAM then recognizes it really is installed.
I can't believe Adobe makes things so difficult for their apps on systems with case-sensitive boot volumes. It's almost as if they know things will work OK on case-sensitive volumes but they don't want to tell anyone and have to support it I guess. But using your little app to deceive the installer is a really clever idea!!!
Thanks so much...